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Use Certified Medical Coders for your Insurance Forms

While it is not required in any state, it is best to use certified medical coders for your insurance forms; either in-house or contracted out to a billing company. Besides tending to be more accurate, use of a certified biller shows you legitimate intention to be paid for your work in [...]

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Join us for a LIVE Virtual Magic Experience!

*Update: This event has reached capacity and is no longer receiving registrants. Please check back in for our next event - details coming soon! PRI/EmPRO invites you to join us for a Virtual Live Magical Performance by Illusionist and Mentalist, TJ Tana. The event is Friday, November 20th, from 7:30-8:15 PM. [...]

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Rediscovering Joy in Medicine: An Exploration of Meaning Amidst Difficulties in the Time of COVID 19

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Defense Verdict in a Case of an Alleged Negligent Supraclavicular Nerve Block

Our Claims and Legal team secured a medical malpractice defense verdict on behalf of an anesthesiologist in a case involving an allegation of injury to the long thoracic nerve and serratus anterior muscle of a 65-year old left-hand dominant male. It was alleged that a supraclavicular nerve block performed by our [...]

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Medical Liability Monitor – PRI LAUNCHES NEW ADMITTED MPL INSURER EMPRO IN NEW YORK

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Can you amend a patient’s chart after it was requested for review?

A phone call from a client today reminded me of a frequent question I still receive. I was told that an attorney requested a copy of a patient’s chart. Can she/he change their notes? The short answer is no. The time to make sure the notes were accurate were at the [...]

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Empro Insurance Presents “Author in the ZOOM” with World Renowned Master Diagnostician, Pat Croskerry, MD, PhD: The Cognitive Autopsy

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Maintain Your Payroll Records

While I am often asked how long a physician has to maintain their patients’ charts, I am rarely asked that question concerning payroll. A business, and that includes a medical office, must maintain payroll records nationally, for a minimum of 3 years, but states differ as to their individual length of [...]

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CONSULT A HEALTHLAW ATTORNEY before agreeing to a medication rebate situation

I have recently received several inquiries concerning drug rebates and physician prescriptions. Suffice it to say that this is an area rife with problems for the physician. The physicians said I write for this medication anyway, so there can be no question that the money is influencing my medical judgment. This [...]

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End of the Month Checklist

We are now well into October. It is time to start thinking of renewing your memberships in your state and federal professional societies. Make sure to update any changes in your address, phone number or email addresses. Additionally, check your Oxygen tanks, sterilizers, office fire alarms to make sure they have [...]

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Social Determinants of Health — What You Can Do (With Gurpreet Dhaliwal, MD) Playback Now Available

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COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN 2021

PLEASE CLICK HERE to Register Continuing Education Credits: Approval of this [...]

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Join us for a LIVE Virtual Comedy Event with Chris Strait!

PRI/EmPRO invites you to join us for a Virtual Live event [...]

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